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The ongoing fight between rappers Kendrick Lamar And Drake it gets ugly.
Lamar in his latest diss track “Not Like Us” made harsh accusations against Drake, even branding the superstar as “pedophile“. On the track that dropped less than 24 hours after Kendrick’s attackMeet the GrahamsThe album artwork depicted Drake’s home decorated with sex offender signs.
In the lyrics, Kendrick raps, “Why are you trolling? Aren’t you tired? / You’re trying to play a chord and it’s probably A-Minor,” alluding to Drake’s interest in younger women. He also accuses Drake of being “Certified Lover Boy? Certified pedophiles.”
Earlier over the weekend, Kendrick released “Meet The Grahams” in which he warned other athletes. LeBron James and Steph Curry keeping their family away from Drake and branding him a “pervert.” Additionally, Kendrick claims that Drake has a secret daughter, rapping: “You lied about your boy, you lied about your girl, huh.”

A source close to Drake denied the secret child claim and called it a “complete fabrication” when reached by TMZ.
Drake responded to Kendrick’s accusations via his Instagram story with a series of laughing emojis, jokingly saying, “No, wait, can someone find my secret girl and send her to me?”
The cover art for “Meet the Grahams” features pill bottles for Zolpidem (a sleeping pill) and Ozempic, which was prescribed to Aubrey Graham, which is Drake’s legal name.
The origins of the feud between Kendrick and Drake remain a matter of interest. Tension between the two artists dates back several years, and their relationship appears to be sour despite their first collaboration and a joint tour.

Billboard notes that subtle criticisms began to surface as early as 2013, when Kendrick rapped about “killing” Drake and other rappers. In 2023, Drake’s collaboration with J. Cole on “First Person Shooter” reignited tensions, with Cole hinting at competition between the trio for the title of best rapper. Kendrick responded in March 2024 with “Like That,” asserting his dominance of the rap game.
Drake retaliated with a slew of diss tracks in April, including “Push Ups” and “Family Matters,” while Kendrick fired back with tracks like “6:16 in LA” and “Euphoria.”

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